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Religious Education Sign-Up 2019-2020

Parents, From now on, Religious education Sign-up will take place through our website and not on paper forms. If you are registering a NEW student for Religious Ed, please fill out the New Student Religious Education Sign-Up 2019-2020 along with the Re-Registration for Religious Ed. 2019-2020. Parents with children registering for Religious Ed, only need to fill out the Re-Registration for Religious Ed. 2019-2020. You can click the links here our the ones below. Thank you so much for your cooperation.

 

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Before 7/1/2019      After 7/1/2019
Deadline for a discount has passed $50 for entire family
   
   


If there is any difficulty with RE Fees, or for any other questions, please contact Jesse Martin, the Pastoral Associate at the office @ 570-546-3900 ext. 124 or email him at [email protected]

 

Forms for 2019-2020 Religious Education Registration.

For NEW Students -----> New Student Religious Education Sign-Up 2019-2020

For NEW Students and Returning Students -----> Re-Registration for Religious Ed. 2019-2020

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Liturgical Year Commentary

Sep. 18 Wednesday of the Twenty-Fourth Week of Ordinary Time, Weekday

St. Joseph of Cupertino (1603-1663) was born at Cupertino, Italy, and died in Osimo. He was of lowly origin and had little formal education. In his youth he was employed as an apprentice to a shoemaker. He joined the Conventual Franciscans as a lay brother but was later ordained a priest. He was noted for his great austerities, his angelic purity, his great devotion to Our Lady and especially for his ardent love of God. According to the 1962 Missal of St. John XXIII the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, today is his feast.

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Sep. 17 Tuesday of the Twenty-Fourth Week of Ordinary Time; Optional Memorial of St. Robert Bellarmine, bishop and doctor, Opt. Mem.

St. Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621) was born in Montepulciano, Italy, and died in Rome. The son of noble parents, he entered the Society of Jesus, finishing his theological studies at Louvain, Belgium. His services to the Church were outstanding and many. He occupied the chair of controversial theology in Rome. He defended the Holy See against anti-clericals. He wrote books against the prevailing heresies of the day. His catechism, translated into many languages, spread the knowledge of Christian doctrine to all parts of the world. He was the Counsellor of Popes and spiritual director of St. Aloysius Gonzaga. He helped St. Francis de Sales obtain approval of the Visitation Order. As a religious he was a model of purity, humility and obedience; as a bishop and Cardinal, an example of great love for his flock.

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Sep. 16 Memorial of Sts. Cornelius, pope and martyr and Cyprian, bishop and martyr, Memorial

Today the Church commemorates two friends in the service of Christ and his Church. Cornelius, a Roman, was the twenty-first Pope during the reign of the Emperor Gallus and Volusian. He had to oppose Novatian, the first anti-pope, who believed that apostates who repented could not be forgiven. Helped by St. Cyprian, Cornelius confirmed his papal authority. He was beheaded in exile at Civitavecchia, Italy in 253. Saints Cyprian and Cornelius are mentioned in the Roman Canon (Eucharistic Prayer I) of the Mass.

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Pope Francis: Through Sin and Scandal, God’s Church Remains, Sustained by the Holy Spirit

By Hannah Brockhaus/CNA | VATICAN CITY — Because of sinfulness, human projects will always fail, but the Church remains steadfast, even in times of scandal, because she is sustained by the Holy...

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The Ancient Prayer to the ‘King of Israel’

By Fr. Benjamin Johnson | President Donald Trump sent ripples through Twitter recently when he passed on a message from a talk show host, who referred to the president as the “King of Israel” and...

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New Academy Offers One-of-a-Kind Tools for the Trades

By Joan Frawley Desmond | Brian Black is the president and co-founder of Harmel Academy, a residential Catholic trade school for men that will open in the fall of 2020 on the campus of Kuyper...

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